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Legacy Authentication Methods

Legacy Authentication Methods
Foundation 23.1

Ensure that the third-party single sign-on client is installed on the machine from which you wish to use a single sign-on service.

The OnBase Web Server also must be running and connected to the database you will be using. See the Web Server module reference guide for details on installing and configured the Web Server.


The OnBase Web Server and Application Server must be configured to communicate using SOAP. To verify the communication method, open the web.config file on the web server in a plain-text editor, such as Notepad. The ApplicationServer element (which is contained in the Hyland.Services.Client element) must have the ServiceClientType attribute set to SOAP and the Url attribute must end with Service.asmx. For more information on the web.config file, refer to the Web Server module reference guide.

The Integration for Single Sign-On can also be used with the OnBase Patient Window and DeficiencyPop. Before configuring one of these applications to use the Integration for Single Sign-On, ensure the application is installed and configured to use SOAP as the ServiceClientType as described in its corresponding module reference guide.